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‘It’s about keeping your feet on the ground:’ A day in the life of Kristen Anderson, the CEO and co-founder of Catch
In addition to being a super young company, Catch is treading on new ground by being the first of its kind to focus so heavily on freelancer benefits.
That means that as CEO of Catch, Kristen Anderson has a whole lot of tasks on her to-dos, and a whole lot of unknowns on her mind.
But she’s found a way to deal with these things – by not belittling the routine parts of her day, and keeping a one-coffee-a-day mindset.
Here’s a day in her life.
Just look at the charts
SoFi’s cross-sell strategy
A2A and card processing space
A look into Apple’s fintech strategies
There are some nice growth predictions for Apple Pay, considering the pretty promising announcements just coming in from the tech giant. (Philip Elmer-Dewitt)
Bolt CEO talks company performance in light of lawsuit
CEO Maju Kuruvilla, who took over the post from founder Ryan Breslow back in January, addresses the lawsuit and highlights some new growth metrics. (TechCrunch)
New NFTs from asset management firm VanEck
VanEck is releasing 1,000 NFTs with access to exclusive research. (Coindesk)
New credit card loyalty programs for baseball fans
startup Concerto has introduced a new loyalty platform for co-branded credit cards. Its initial partners include baseball teams like the Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Angels. (Fintech Futures)
Hello from the Otherside
Yuga Labs is now selling virtual land in its upcoming Metaverse space called Otherside. This may be the biggest NFT launch ever. So far, it’s managed to sell tokens linked to to 55,000 parcels of land and has earned $33 million in revenue. (Coindesk)
A new way to think about inclusive fintech
Line is a new fintech that aims to onboard users by by giving out emergency lines of funds without charging interest. The better the consumer is at repaying the sum, the bigger the sum they can borrow,